Aerophobia, the word you usually encounter when you hear the phrase fear of flying. Flying phobias are common to everyone. You can watch many people worry whenever they are asked to take a flight.
The fear of flying may indicate ‘phobia of the plane’ (which is also called phobie de l avion? in the French language) as a result of other types of fear such as claustrophobia or acrophobia. This is the fear of being trapped in empty space and fear of heights. Some common phobias are fear of not being in the environment or situation, fear of terrorist attacks, fear of water and fear of fear itself.
If in your profession, you have to travel from other parts of the country by land can cause anxiety attacks then you have to do something about this. In your family, such a phobia will prevent you from visiting them and your friends during holidays or special family reunions. Such fears will prevent you from improving the quality of your life.
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Human anxiety that suffers from a fear of flying can have the usual symptoms that are felt when they experience an anxiety attack. These include nausea, vomiting, chest or throat tightness, unable to breathe normally, difficulty swallowing, excessive sweating, shivering and even extreme panic attacks that will cause hyperventilation.
It is very uncomfortable for patients and those around them because they feel helpless whenever you are in such conditions. If a patient experiences this type of phobia and experiences an attack like this, it will only worsen the disorder.